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À tous ceux qui ne me lisent pas is a movie starring Martin Dubreuil, Céline Bonnier, and Henri Richer-Picard. All his life, Yves dedicated himself to poetry, carrying his suitcase to any couch that would welcome him. When he storms...

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For Those Who Don't Read Me
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
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Yan Giroux
Yan Giroux, Guillaume Corbeil
Martin Dubreuil, Jacques L'Heureux, Céline Bonnier, Henri Richer-Picard
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All his life, Yves dedicated himself to poetry, carrying his suitcase to any couch that would welcome him. When he storms into Dyane's life, a graphic designer who falls for his charms, her son Marc immediately disapproves of this eccentric stranger in his mother's bed. But the studious teenager soon finds Yves' rebel ways contagious and begins to explore his own artistic side. Meanwhile, the poet feels increasingly trapped in his new life and decides to sabotage everything in a great outburst. Now alone at the end of the world, he realizes his words no longer mean anything. Freely inspired by the life and work of Quebec poet Yves Boisvert (1950-2012), For Those Who Don't Read Me tells the story of a man's quest for the absolute, fighting not to end up forgotten between two cookbooks.

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Karen Johnston

This movie is about a Belgian Jewish girl, Esther, who gets kidnapped by Arabs, and they keep her locked up in an empty factory. She runs away from there and end up in a hotel in Morocco. In her bathroom, she meets two Jews, one of them is the son of an Arab boss. Esther runs to her hotel and make a telephone call to her brother, who lives in Brussels. Esther finds out that the director of the hotel has kept her in the house, but the director told her that she has to clean up the hotel, and also make the dishes. And she will do this in order to get money from the director, and the director promises to do this. Esther becomes a prostitute and fights with the Arab boss, but Esther's boyfriend dies. Esther goes to Morocco to get money for her brother's funeral and is followed by the director. I like the movie, but it is not a masterpiece. The film is very simple, and there is not much to analyze. The story is very simple, and we see only one point of view, and Esther's story is very simple. The acting is very good, I especially liked Tomer Kistler, who did a great job. And I liked the use of the Arabic voice. This is a very good film, but it is not a masterpiece.

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One of the many films that seems to be released on a weekly basis by one of the major European movie companies, the kind of films that seem to get made every year or so, and which, as a result, often end up on TV or even in a free series of shows on TV, with a hard-to-find soundtrack and at least the prospect of some action scenes. And, like all those, the English-language film "Assassin" also appears to be little more than a tiny collection of short scenes of extremely beautiful girls dancing in a muddy city, all of them quite young and beautiful. The girl in question is "Angel", a girl who, despite being a lot prettier than the other girls in the film, is actually far less accomplished than those girls and is even a bit of a brat. Angel is the daughter of a girl who belongs to a convent, a family of religious fanatics who look on the world through the eyes of someone who is "converted". In a religious ceremony, a pair of sisters is baptized. The sisters are more or less exactly the same, and a conflict arises as to who is the real daughter of the two sisters. If you don't know any Catholic (or even Protestant) tradition, it may be a bit hard to understand, but it is clear enough that the sisters are not the real daughters of the one who went to the convent and the two who became nuns. You don't have to be a person who has a religious past to figure this out; and that's why it's so hard to tell if the film is a kind of comedy or a drama. But, as you might have guessed, the two sisters are not particularly likable characters. Indeed, all three of the girls are so unpleasant that they are really difficult to feel any sympathy for, and in spite of the fact that you have a certain sympathy for Angel and that she is the girl that you would think would not really like these girls, you are not very sympathetic either. But then again, it's a difficult thing to see the film from this point of view. The thing is that the film is not just a collection of funny scenes. The scenes are funny in a deliberately absurd, ironic way. And I really don't think that the film is a comedy. To be sure, this is a bit of a stretch, but if you do this, it's actually a kind of film that has not been made before, in this country or in any other country, and that is made with a sense of a real tradition and a sense of community, but that is not generally something to admire. The film is only really funny because of the absurdity. And I think that the film has a very good point about tradition and community, but it's something that doesn't work because it's so hard to see the point of the whole thing, and I don't think that a viewer with a good sense of humour will be able to appreciate the point that the film has.

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Bobby J.

Fernanda Montenegro's "Unmarried Unmarried" ("We Need A Kid") may very well be the most interesting French film since Amy Heckerling's "The Pianist". Unlike the latter, however, "Unmarried Unmarried" is less of a love story and more of a portrait of the plight of young people in the midst of transition. It is also a journey in the very idea of a bachelor's bachelorhood - the idea that man and woman are 'switching sides' or at least no longer 'born to be married'. The idea of a man 'switching sides' is taken quite seriously by the film's protagonist, Luc (Mathieu Amalric), as he, like many in his situation, decides to seek a partner to pursue his studies. Luc is the son of a millionaire (Fraser Depp), who is struggling with the fact that he and his wife no longer have children. Luc's sister, L'Aquila (Bruna Pheiffer), who is engaged to a guy named Mathieu, has feelings of her own for the millionaire's son. In fact, when Mathieu and his sister meet, Mathieu is a wealthy young man, ready to marry Mathieu's fiancee - the woman who has not been out with Mathieu's brother for some time. This means that Mathieu is also engaged to L'Aquila, and Mathieu's heart is torn between Mathieu's fiancée and Mathieu's best friend, his brother, and Mathieu's sister. Luc is a good man, but he's also a self-absorbed young man. He is quick to react to criticism by having the person say they are 'old', 'grown', or 'beyond the dating age'. When his brother finds out Mathieu is engaged to L'Aquila, Mathieu and L'Aquila are forced to pretend to be together, and Mathieu is forced to marry Mathieu's fiancee, at the risk of L'Aquila's disapproval. Mathieu is attracted to Mathieu's sister and is willing to marry her, but Mathieu does not want to marry Mathieu's sister. He wants to be with L'Aquila and do some studying with her. L'Aquila is a woman who wants to be with Mathieu, and she is open to the idea of marriage. Mathieu, however, is not ready to make such a commitment. The film's premise, however, is that marriage is a necessary step in life, but Mathieu is not ready to accept the responsibility of being a husband and father, nor is he ready to take care of his sister and her children. These people are rather like "people-less trees," for they are unwilling to take responsibility for their future selves. Mathieu does not have a problem taking care of his sister and her children, and the relationship between him and L'Aquila is mutual, but Mathieu is not willing to take care of his sister. He does not want to marry L'Aquila, and he does not want his sister to marry Mathieu. To be able to marry his sister, he must take responsibility for his sister, and to take responsibility for her, he must take responsibility for his sister and his children. Thus, the movie is not a depiction of a man and a woman switching sides, it is a representation of a man and a woman who are willing to take responsibility for their future selves and who have the will to accomplish their goal. In other words, the movie is a commentary on the consequences of being so selfish and apathetic. The movie is not without its faults, however. The acting of the lead actors is nothing exceptional, but it does not detract from the movie, and the film's pacing is sometimes a bit too slow, but the film has many good points. The film's camera-work, which is used almost exclusively to show us the eyes of the main characters, is expressive and eye-catching. The visual aspect of the film, especially the set design, is very good. The dialogue is generally well-written and well-acted, and the dialogues are poignant. The film also makes use of some interesting cinematic techniques - the use of very dark cinematography, the use of a fade-to-black sequence, and the use of a large soundtrack. The only flaw of the movie was its political content. As the film is centered on an unmarried man, it is not surprising that the subject matter of this film would be somewhat political. Nevertheless, there is nothing of a political nature in the film, and the political discourse is limited to the use of the name of the French President. This movie is not really about politics, however. It is about the consequences of being selfish and apathetic, and it presents that message in an engaging way.

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Patrick Peterson

One of the best movies I've seen this year. The cast is great, the story is good, the cinematography and acting are great, but the direction is a bit too thin and not as good as in the other film I saw this year (Semaine de scandale), and the music is a bit too good-looking. The director obviously knows how to set and shoot a movie, but his other work, especially the other films he has done (Lucie Quair, La Grappa, Missy, etc) are much better. Maybe this is due to the fact that I saw them with subtitles, but maybe it is just the fact that he should have paid more attention to the subtitling in those other films. Anyway, it is a good movie, but I am a bit disappointed that it is not getting more attention. But, if you liked those other films and want to see a good, great, a must see movie with a great cast, I recommend this one.

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Jessica B.

I give this film a 7 out of 10 because it deserves it. It is more than just a crime thriller, or a farce, it is a masterwork in the art of storytelling. This movie is not supposed to be "sexy" or "tough" it is about a young girl who is a bit of a rebel. A simple minded girl who doesn't care what the people who surround her think and tells them she has never slept with anyone before, and is one of them. All her life she has been the most normal girl in the world, but then one day, she is swept into the world of "bitch" life, and her life becomes the most bizarre of them all. She can't believe that her life is changed and she feels a bit left out, not having many friends and with a girl, who has been her best friend since childhood. She is the only one to have an education and to have the people around her with her, but then, she gets in contact with the authorities and is suddenly put under house arrest. She is left alone and forced to keep a low profile. She doesn't have the best of things in life and she gets no where. This is a story about a girl who feels left out and will do anything to get her bearings in life and a more than ordinary. but unexpected turn of events brings her face to face with people who make her feel loved. This film is a masterpiece and a masterwork. It will grab your attention, it will hold your attention and it will make you laugh your butt off. It is hard to explain this film to non French speakers, because it has a French setting and that is very hard for some to understand. This is not a film that you can watch once and it will be okay, you have to watch it a few times to understand what is going on. This is one of those films that is too good to be forgotten.

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Jason Thompson

In the course of a murder investigation, two detectives (Michael Caine and Denis Lawson) embark on an unusual case involving a murder in an upstate New York town. This is a nice film, not one of the standard first-order mysteries with a murder mystery and a psychological thriller to go along with it, but a stylish film with a few surprises and a few twists that keeps you interested. Michael Caine is really good here, playing his role of the mild-mannered but observant detective just right. This is not one of his best performances, but Caine is certainly good, and Denis Lawson does well in the supporting role, also. However, it is Caine who really shines in this one. The rest of the cast also does well, and the little children are pretty well done as well. There is a nice story in here, the film-makers have done a great job with the story. I would definitely recommend this film to those who enjoy a mystery or suspense-thriller and a bit of crime-drama, but don't expect a great film here.

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Hannah Sandoval

The story of an intelligent French woman who travels to America to sell her writing for an art gallery in a European society that was not that old when she was born. We are presented with a couple who lives in a lovely apartment with a beautiful balcony and who knows that they have it all. A rich man who can afford all the luxury. In contrast, a poor girl who can't find work or a good education and lives with her grandfather. The two have different social positions in this society. One is more superior, the other is less. The question that arises is whether the rich man should show the girl some attention. Is it okay for her to be close to a rich man? In a way, it's a story about what happens when people can't be themselves, especially when they are strangers and have to hide their differences. The young girl who is obsessed with beauty is struggling with her looks, but her dad is against it, just as the grandfather is against his granddaughter. What should they do? They can't hide everything they feel. And this is a rich and beautiful girl who wants to know more about the world.

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This is a pretty good movie. I just saw it yesterday and it really caught my attention. The movie tells the story of a young man who lives in Paris. His life is full of excitement and danger. He doesn't really care about things such as money or sex, he only cares about the people he loves and the things he has to protect. At the end he realizes that he was just a window to the world and that he has to protect those people. This is what makes him into a strong and determined man. A real man. This movie really focuses on the way that we behave in real life and how we look at people from our perspective. We all have different standards. Some of us, like this young man, know how to see people in a different light and how to deal with them in order to get what we want. We have some rules and some of us are just willing to go wherever we want. The main character does not care much about the fact that he's in danger or even that he doesn't want to have a child, but he does care about the life he lives. This is what makes him a strong man. The movie gives a great description of a real life, showing what it is like to be a young man. I don't think that people will understand what it is like to be a man or even want to understand it. I would say that this movie is a good movie, but not to be used as a teaching or even for people who are just interested in this subject. I would recommend this movie for people who are really into the subject and want to see the story of a young man in a real life.

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This is a little film about two young women whose lives are touched by a childhood friend. The woman is dying of cancer and the girl is pregnant. What has happened to them? The film does not speak of that. It is more of a portrait of the two young women. But they are not a young pair but two old ones, both of them living in a small country town and having their own problems. They are faced with a death by the same disease and they do not know how to cope with it. They do not seem to have much to say about the girl's illness. The film is not without its beautiful moments. One of them is when one of the girls is picking grapes and is wearing her wig. It is a simple film, done by a very good director. It does not feel long, the director allows us to see the characters. And, since the woman is dying, we get to see her dying, too. But the film is also not about dying. It is not about dying. It is about different characters who struggle to come to terms with their own deaths. It is a little film about a death and about how it touches people. It is hard to see how this is not an Oscar film, because it is very well done. It is very easy to understand that people living in a small country town do not have much to say about dying and that they do not feel particularly close to their own deaths. But that is also an advantage, because the film is able to show us more and more about them, because the characters are getting older. And that is a very good thing. We are learning more about them as the film progresses. This is one of those films which shows that the media can affect people. So it is a film which touches people, even if it is just in an indirect way. I think that this film is one of the better films of the year. Not the best. Not even the best documentary of the year. But it is a good film.

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So we have these tough characters. And we have to put up with them. Of course we are supposed to dislike them. And that is what the "Les Miserables" movie is all about. What do we dislike about these characters? The movie itself is about people, and if the characters make us feel bad about them, well, that's their job. To see what the character is really like. Not to like. The main character has a heart of gold. She has nothing on her. But she's not greedy. She is just an ordinary person who wants to work hard to keep a roof over her head. But the problem is that she's always making a lot of mistakes. Or she's very lucky. Or she has a soul. We never know. And there's a sadness that grows in her eyes. That she has a soul. The movie is like that. It is a movie that all of us can relate to. I liked it because it's about a very realistic character. The characters are only like us. They don't get angry, they don't scream, they don't cry. The whole movie is the feeling of watching these people in their everyday life. That's what makes the movie special.

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Christine R.

If I were asked to describe this film in one word, I would give it an ending. It was one of those films that is well worth seeing just to see the end. It's a sad, sad story. It is not worth being in the archives. The only reason it is not in the archives is because it was shown on television and not on DVD. It is well worth seeing once if you are a fan of Jarmusch or Dufour. You may be asking yourself why would I suggest this film, or why I would recommend it to a friend. Well, as I said, it's a sad story. But it's also a true story. We're all willing to look the other way, to deny this horrible crime happening in the world. I guess I would recommend it to a friend if I were in their situation. I give it a 7. The best part is when the mother is describing the murder as a "cold and brutal" crime. And the father describes it as "shocking".

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Marilyn Jordan

I read the book before I saw the movie. The book is darker, the movie is darker, but in terms of emotional intensity, it's a pretty close call. I have seen some comments that the movie is slow and slow-moving, and I agree. Some scenes drag, and I understand the lack of plot, but I still felt it was a great effort, and I would recommend it to anyone. There were a few scenes that were a bit pointless, but overall, it was a great film.

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Jacqueline R.

Although I have not seen the film yet, it is not very difficult to predict what will happen. A man, a woman, a guy, a girl, and then a wedding. It is probably too much for a single viewer, and it is not enough for a romance novel, but not that hard for the viewer to figure out. This is what has so many people in hysterics and butthurt over this movie. This movie will probably end up a box office success, although the trailer is definitely misleading. It may have been a good movie if the writer had made it with a better idea of what to do and how to do it, and if the director had made it to be less obvious. It may not be that hard to predict what will happen, but the writer and the director should have put more thought into the screenplay and the concept of it. If it is possible, the director should have been able to tell the audience what is going to happen and how it is going to happen. I really hope that the director understands what he is doing and gets better after this. There are a lot of things that were good in this movie, and there is a lot of stupid things that were bad, but this movie is a good example of what a good movie should be.

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Joseph J.

Francois-Paul, born in France, is the only person ever to appear in a film in which he is in charge of every aspect of the film. He is a versatile director, an expert in music, on camera technique, on narrative, and on the use of language. He did more than any other man ever has. He created in France a cinema, at once that of the avant-garde, the modem, the modern, the school, the young, the profound, and the critical. And he did all this in a very short time. The Mona Lisa is not a masterpiece. It's a modest work with a rather boring and simple story. It's about the artistic freedom and the freedom to play with form. Yes, I'm talking about art in general. The name is not important. The movie is about freedom, about freedom to choose a movie and to play with form. The Mona Lisa is really about freedom. As this film is set in France, the film is much more about France than about Italy or Spain. Franco-Paul is a self-confident man, one of those who likes to play with form, who doesn't mind giving the middle finger to the bourgeoisie. He is a man who has the privilege of making his own movies and doing what he likes. He has the privilege of deciding what he wants to be filmed. And, if he is lucky, he will get to play with form. The plot, about a man who gets lost in the Mona Lisa, starts from the moment he is released from prison, at the end of the movie, and there is no apparent explanation about his escape, his journey through the paintings, the art of the old masters, and the death of the old masters. He just runs through the paintings and the scenes of the old masters, like a walking and talking movie of his life. The only thing that makes it easy to follow is that the director is not interested in the detail of the plot, he is interested in the expression of freedom, in the freedom to decide for himself how to make his movies. The results are wonderful and original. The story is only a pretext. The film is all about freedom and about the idea of freedom. The cameraman plays a very important role, because he decides which direction the movie will go in and to which audience he will give the message. The camera is an instrument that is used for creating a visual experience. If I want to watch a movie in which the camera is not used, I should have to look for a DVD or buy the movie on DVD. This film is very interesting to watch. Franco-Paul doesn't ask himself if he is a good film director, he only asks himself how to use the camera. I think he did a good job. And the result is great. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "La Criada De Manhãs" ("The Mona Lisa of Manhãs")

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Andrea Sandoval

Desiree is a woman whose entire life revolves around the men in her life, and it takes her a long time to realise she doesn't want to live like this anymore. As she grows, she learns that she needs to learn to accept love and trust, and that's when things begin to change for her. She learns that she is much more than a sex object, that she can be a mother, and that she has the right to choose. This is a film that is certainly more than the sum of its parts, and is one that is never likely to be criticised because of its graphic violence and sexuality. It is, for me, a good film and a worthwhile experience. The cast is excellent, and the narrative is fine, but this film is far more than it's film - it is a film about a woman, who comes to terms with her choices and starts to change for the better. It is a film that reminds me of a lot of the films I saw recently, like The Scars of War and Y Tu Mama Tambien. They are all about people who try to deal with their problems and turn them into something positive, and they all have something about them that I can identify with. Desiree, also, is a film about a woman, who has the right to choose. I could go on for ages about what it is that makes this film such a good one, but I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen it yet. All I can say is that this film is definitely not for the faint of heart.

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Louis R.

I can't think of one thing to say about this film that hasn't already been said in the other reviews. The plot is very interesting and the characters are interesting. The setting is fantastic, the landscape and the colors are beautiful. But, and this is a big but, what was the point? You know what the point is, don't you? You might not think it was that important, but I think it was. For a start, I think this film is about how the life of a child grows in front of the eyes of an adult, how their emotions and imaginations are being shaped and adapted to the adult world. That's why it was interesting and what was so good about it was that it did not give you the impression that it was actually about the children. It was about all the adult people in the film and what they were like, what they were thinking, what their views on life were, what they thought about their kids and, yes, how they really felt. This is very hard to explain in words, but if you go into the film with that in mind, you will be surprised. The main actor, Isabelle Fuhrman (who is amazing), was the daughter of a neurosurgeon who was studying at the University of Paris Dauphine. She is the perfect model of the brilliant, beautiful child who was not being heard and was considered "inferior" in many ways. She was raised in a typical European household, never having any idea what she should be doing, did not have any imagination and was simply consumed with trying to get into the right college and finding a place for herself and her dreams. She is the one who almost gets killed by the kids at the beginning of the film. When she sees her sister, however, she thinks she is playing a prank on her and wonders why they're so serious, why they don't think she has "the head for it". And then, her sister, Sarah, shows her her dreams, her whole life in some clips. And this is what really makes this film great. Sarah, of course, is the only one who could get a child of her own, and when she goes to Paris to meet her sister, she shows her all her dreams and all the places she would love to be, where she wanted to go, where she would love to live. There are many more examples. Now, obviously, the film doesn't have a "moral" to it, but it does give you a hint on what is so important in life. And it's probably also the greatest ending of the film, because it shows that the people who did not like this film probably didn't like it because of some rules or something. This is not the first film that has a great ending, but for me, this is the best.

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David Roberts

I loved the opening scene with Lili and Pascal. That is one of my favorites scenes in this movie. I liked the look of the film and the whole French atmosphere. I loved the little snippets of "other" French culture that were in the film. Like the small terms that the actors use in their dialogue and the question that they ask. I liked that about the film, it didn't feel like a film that was made by American filmmakers. I loved the performance of Lili by the actress who plays her. The way she used her voice in the "other" French culture was also great. I thought the fight between the two mother's was also great. It felt real and intense. I also loved how the characters faced off the other mother's and their expressions in their eyes was very strong and the way they both acted was strong. The relationship between Pascal and Lili was also great. I liked the way they had to live in the other family's home and they had to rely on each other. It is a great film about a great family that deals with being apart from each other and how they feel and how they deal with the separation. I think the film does have a lot of interesting concepts that could be explored in a great way. I don't like the ending because it was not a "happy" ending. I felt that the director did not show the ending in the way that the director wanted the audience to see it and I think that was what hurt the ending. I think the ending was a little too happy, I mean for example Pascal was able to be with his own daughter and then the way he had to let go of his daughter. I also liked the way Pascal changed his relationship with Lili and how he handled that. The way he talked to her about his feelings was also interesting. I also liked the fact that Pascal was able to open up to his daughter. I would recommend this film to everyone. This film is a must see.

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Larry White

Out of the ten sequels to director Jean-Pierre Jeunet's 'The Danish Girl', only one is relevant to its predecessor and that is this one. A mysterious man with an unhappy past (Christian Bale) returns to the States to reconnect with a dead girl he helped when he was a child and an old love. After this, he is haunted by memories and his life takes a very weird turn for the worse. This film, while in no way similar to the original (as a film, it is rather forgettable) still manages to stand out. While the original's visuals were very reminiscent of John Carpenter's 'The Thing' it was also a tribute to Ridley Scott's 'Alien' - of which this was a sequel. While there are some similarities between the two films, it's this one that stands out as being more of an homage and one which, more than any of the others, made the audience smile in places. It was also a nice touch that the film was set in modern times as opposed to an alternate time period. The music is memorable, in that its eeriness doesn't overshadow the plot. Of course, this is not a film for everybody, it's not a film for children, and it's not for anyone who is easily scared. If you are a fan of the original, you will likely be entertained and as a fan of the original, I'd say it's worth seeing. As a sequel, it is very different and at times feels too different, but as a standalone, it is more than a good film. On a scale of one to ten, I give it a seven out of ten.

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Hannah Carroll

For me the first half hour was like watching a ghost story in a forest, it really did drag on a bit. The second half of the film does have a great idea and the acting is pretty good, and it does finish on a very nice note. It is not the best French film ever, and this does mean the only movie to watch on a rainy day.

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Kyle Lane

Mona was a girl who didn't know what to do with herself, because she was not a real person. For the first time, she decided to let herself go and live her own life, without getting her hands dirty. This is what she did. And she did it wonderfully. While the rest of the movie isn't entirely successful, it does highlight that we should allow ourselves to be ourselves, without too much self-sabotage. What happens to the characters, as they find that they can be themselves, is what happens in real life. Life has no rules, there are no rules. People live their lives and can't keep doing things the way they used to, because it's all been made for them. And if they don't change, they die. Go with the flow, and don't try to live a perfect life. That way you will be unhappy, because you have to live with pain, no matter what you do. Life is a mixture of pain and joy, you can't choose which side you are on, it's all mixed up. If you want to be happy, learn to relax and let yourself be, and you will be happy. You can't live in fear, and you will die of fear. Just remember that everyone is happy when they let themselves go. And to sum it up, life is not just about making money, it's also about letting yourself go and be yourself. It's a beautiful story about how to live a life, and it's an entertaining story. 7/10

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Yes, this is not a great film. However, it is one of the best of its genre. It's really about the character's attraction to a former love. It is a typical France vs. Hollywood. It shows the middle classes in France in a strange way. It has been shot in small, intimate spots. The use of interiors and exteriors will have you feeling like you are in the film, instead of just watching a movie. You will laugh at some points, feel sad at others. You will find out how different people can be, and some people will hate this film because they hate Hollywood. Overall, this film will make you think about the negative aspects of film. But, it's still a good film to watch. I love this film.

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Rebecca Price

Good, more or less, for actors and their performance. However, it is a little difficult to follow in a movie that has two main stories, one for each character, but also at the same time, the part for different roles and the dialogs are not very good, as well. They are not very good. And you can feel their little fallsings and parts of their lives are a bit of a joke, which makes you dislike the characters that much. But, the "suspense" is good, because it is one of the best from the series.

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Helen K.

Before I had the pleasure of seeing this film, I was already aware of the premise of the movie. It was a melodrama based on the life of Julien Roux, the narrator and narrator of the movie, who gets lost and confused by a cross country flight to New York. The plot is basically about what happened to Julien after the flight, but it's also a character study of him. The protagonist in the movie is a short, violent man with a hard life. He's always had a hard time in his life. He works in a grocery store, his boss is a drug dealer and that's basically it. He's a lazy, lazy man who has problems with his drug addictions, and that's where the majority of the film is centered around him. The narrative is hard to follow, and I didn't understand the whole plot. It's not that hard to figure out what's going on, but that it wasn't very well explained. I also had trouble with the characters. I didn't understand the characters enough to care about them. The acting in this film is very good, but it doesn't have a real story to tell. The characters are hard to relate to. It's very hard to feel anything for them. I also didn't care about any of them. It's just a bunch of white men with blue eyes. I really wanted to get into the character of the drug dealer, but I didn't care about him either. I also didn't care about the cops. I didn't care if they did or did not do what was wrong, I didn't care that they were hurt. I cared more about what was going to happen to them. And I didn't care about the people in the movie that were only in it for comic relief. I didn't care about them either. I don't think I should have bothered watching this movie. It was a boring movie, and I'm a very slow movie watcher. I wouldn't recommend it. 7/10